Morristown Clean Communities is constantly looking for civic-minded “foster” individuals and groups wishing to “adopt:” and care for publicly-owned properties.
There are lots of publicly-owned properties around Morristown that could be even more attractive and inviting than they already are if only they had some extra TLC. Morristown Clean Communities is constantly looking for and welcomes civic-minded “foster” individuals and groups wishing to “adopt” and care for designated parks, playgrounds, monuments, parking lots, traffic islands and neighborhood streets and sidewalks over a period as short as a year. Some sites are large enough that two or more organizations can participate at a single Adopt-A-Spot.
While caring for their chosen property, Adopt-A-Spot caregivers are encouraged to hold regular litter clean-ups – and also are invited to implement beautification projects that would enhance their site. Their contributions to Morristown’s beautification are recognized with a Morristown Clean Communities Adopt-A-Spot Sponsor plaque displayed at the site.
YOU CAN HELP KEEP MORRISTOWN BEAUTIFUL…SPOT BY SPOT!
Adopt-A-Spot Sites include:
Parks and Playgrounds
Abbett Avenue Playground
Budd Street Playground
Elliott Street Playground
Harrison Street Playground
Jacob Ford Village Playground
Jersey/Cottage Avenue Playground
Orchard Street Playground
Speedwell Lake Park
All Wars Monument at Burnham Park
The Hiker at Blatchley Place
George Washington Statue (at Morris and Washington avenues, across from Washington’s HQ)
J. Robert Tracey Veterans Memorial Park (at Madison Avenue and South Street)
Mt. Kemble Avenue and Market Street Triangle
Lafayette Street and Ridgedale Avenue Triangle (the exit off Route 287 into Morristown)
Elm Street Island
Town-owned streets also may be adopted after inspection and approval of the Morristown Police Traffic Safety Division and the Morristown Clean Communities Coordinator.
Current Adopt-A-Spot sponsors include Bruin Brothers and First Rate Landscaping, South and Elm St. traffic island; Peck School, J. Robert Tracey Veterans Memorial Park; Red Oak School, Speedwell Lake; OTHERS???? Budd Street Playground; Harrison Street
DO YOU SEE A SPOT IN TOWN OR IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADOPT?
We’d like to hear from you! For more information on how you or your group can Adopt-A-Spot, contact Morristown Clean Communities Coordinator Kathleen Margiotta, (973) 644-4363, firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out the